The impact of solar panels on fauna and flora

A Positive Balance

Solar energy is often hailed as an environmentally friendly solution. It's legitimate to want to know the impact of solar panels on local fauna and flora.


Moreover, it's also an alternative to fossil fuels in the fight against global warming.


But what about its direct impact on fauna and flora? At Evocells, we are fully aware of this issue and strive to minimize our environmental footprint.

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Impact on Fauna

Contrary to some forms of energy production, solar panels have a minimal impact on fauna. There are no toxic emissions, no noise, and no dangerous waste spills.


Solar panel structures can even provide a habitat for some species of birds, reptiles, and insects. Studies show that, when properly installed and maintained, solar panels can coexist harmoniously with local fauna.

Impact on Flora

The impact of solar panels on flora is also minimal. The shade generated by panels can even be beneficial for some plants during periods of drought or heatwaves. Furthermore, installing solar panels on roofs reduces pressure on agricultural and natural lands, thus preserving natural habitats.

Evocells' Commitment

At Evocells, we commit to working in a sustainable way, respecting local fauna and flora. Our solar panel installations are designed to minimize the impact on the environment, while providing clean and renewable energy.

Clean and Renewable Energy

In conclusion, the installation of solar panels has a generally positive impact on the environment. They generate clean and renewable energy, while having a minimal impact on local fauna and flora. At Evocells, we are proud to contribute to a greener and more sustainable Belgium. Let's explore together the impact of solar panels on fauna and flora 

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